Sen. John Barrasso

Sweetwater County Man Escapes From Court Hearing [Audio]

U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso joined all Senate Republicans today in advocating for a balanced budget amendment as one of the most solid solutions to America’s debt problem. An inmate fled the courtroom in Green River Monday but was seen running away by two police detectives and quickly …
Meetings On Yellowstone’s Winter Use Plan [AUDIO]
Doug Randall reports on a proposed bill from Senator John Barrasso that would free up millions of ares of non-wilderness public land. Yellowstone National Park officials will hold meetings beginning this week on the proposed Winter Use Plan for the park. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radi…
Senator Barrasso: EPA Regs Hurting Wyoming Businesses [AUDIO]
U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) says overzealous enforcement of federal environmental regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency, is hurting Wyoming businesses. Doug Randall reports that the Wyoming Department of Education has reached a settlement with a testing company over last years pro…
Senator Barrasso To Headline The Morning Zone Program Today
Wyoming's U.S. Senator, John Barrasso will be our guest, live from Washington, at 7:37AM MDT today on The Morning Zone. We will talk with the senator about the ongoing efforts in both houses of Congress to reduce the deficit and raise the debt ceiling, and we will get his view on the Obama Admi…
Wyoming Gets Top Credit Rating [AUDIO]
Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrasso and West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin introduced the American Alternative Fuels Act Tuesday. Amy Richards has a report. Standard and Poors rating service has raised the issuer credit rating for Wyoming to Triple-A. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio …
Barrasso Favors Republican Jobs Bill [AUDIO]
Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) says government rules and regulations are stifling job growth. Doug Randall reports that a Wyoming project could go a long way toward proving whether or not certain geologic areas can permanently store vast amounts of greenhouse gases underground. Click past the jump to …